Posts Tagged ‘unitarian universalism’

Sermon in Stone: A Message in Three Voices

Sermon in Stone: A Message in Three Voices  A congregation is more about a people than it is about a place. There’s something wrong in our spiritual life when we see Unitarian Universalism as a thing to practice only here at 1911 Cliff Valley Way, underneath this roof, on Sunday, and when we drive […]

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What Will the Future Bring?

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Magical Mystery Tour – Donald Milton III & Rev. Anthony D. Makar

COME, fill the Cup, and in the fire of Spring Your Winter-garment of Repentance fling: The Bird of Time has but a little way To flutter—and the Bird is on the Wing. “Fill the cup that clears today of past regrets and future fears; for tomorrow, I may be myself with yesterday’s seven-thousand years” The […]

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Mystery, Mystery, Love is a Riddle and a Mystery

Mary Oliver is a poet who is well known by Unitarian Universalists for her focus on nature: very often, on its quiet occurrences: industrious hummingbirds, motionless ponds, “lean owls / hunkering with their lamp-eyes.” But just recently, she has come out with a new collection of poems, entitled Felicity, and the subject is one that […]

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Explorations into Mistery by Rev. Anthony Makar & Rev. Jonathan Rogers

Early Personal Reflections Jonathan: I beat Rev. Makar in a game of table tennis this week, so I get to go first…it only took me three tries! Someone asked me this year as I was getting ready to step into my new role as Minister of Lifelong Learning and Growth: Why is UU RE important […]

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